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Which job will be given after ias training ?sp,dsp or something else

Asked by MITU, 09 Jun '09 11:38 pm
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More than half your career life will be spent in the State you are allocated, where you will look after law and order, general administration, revenue work and developmental functions. During the course of your two year probation you will be attached to various training schools, to the Secretariat and field offices and to a district collector\'s office. Here you will do the work of a sub magistrate. On completion of your two year\'s probation you will be appointed as a Sub Divisional Magistrate(SDM). As S.D.M. you will look after law and order, general administration, revenue work and such developmental work as may be assigned to you. In the next three scales i.e.. Senior Scale, Junior Administrative Grade and Selection Grade you will serve as District Magistrate, Chief Development Officer, Director of a department, Managing Director of a Public Sector Unit or a Senior officer in the State Secretariat. In other words, you could be a District Magistrate in your fifth year of service and ...more
Answered by Pardeep kapoor, 09 Jun '09 11:45 pm

 
  
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It is additional collector. SP ARE IPS POSTS AND DSP FOR PCS OFFICERS JOINING POLICE.
Answered by Prashant, 09 Jun '09 11:42 pm

 
  
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Lets hope the best
Answered by Anand Agarwal, 09 Jun '09 11:40 pm

 
  
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More than half your career life will be spent in the State you are allocated, where you will look after law and order, general administration, revenue work and developmental functions. During the course of your two year probation you will be attached to the various training schools, to the Secretariat and field offices and to a district collector\\\'s office. Here you will do the work of a sub magistrate. On completion of your two year\\\'s probation you will be appointed as a Sub Divisional Magistrate(SDM). As S.D.M. you will look after law and order, general administration, revenue work and such developmental work as may be assigned to you. In the next three scales i.e.. Senior Scale, Junior Administrative Grade and Selection Grade you will serve as District Magistrate, Chief Development Officer, Director of a department, Managing Director of a Public Sector Unit or a Senior officer in the State Secretariat. In other words, you could be a District Magistrate in your fifth year of ser ...more
Answered by sachin acharya, 10 Jun '09 05:22 pm

 
  
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